Sunday, July 3, 2011

July 3-Lake Mary Bee Removal

Lake Mary Bees in Wall
Here is a typical scenario we find in Florida. Honey Bees, ( including "Killer Bees" ), move thru a small wall opening and start building a nest inside the wall void. Homeowners see the activity and start spraying the nest, and either make the bees very, very mad, or kill some of the bees. In both cases the colony usually persists, albeit with some damage and possibly stings to homeowners or neighbors, or even pets!

Now what makes this even worse is that now that the colony is weakened, other insect opportunists move in and start consuming the honey and pollen that resides inside.This activity is simply the worst that can happen, as these maggots (mostly fly and beetle larvae), will quickly turn what could be hundreds of pounds of honey, pollen and other organic materials into a rotting, fermenting, viscous soup, coating the interior void and forever making that area a beacon for new bee infestations.
Lake Mary Bees in Wall

This pic shows the opening to the wall void, the hundred or so bees around the opening.The green shaded area marks the interior dimensions of the bee nest. We estimate about 90 pounds of material. Treated improperly, as most pest control companies will, you set your self up for a lifetime of cleanup and retreat costs....bee woe as it were.

Enter the "DTS" system, our Entomologist developed protocol,  prevents the fermentation and degradation, allowing the nest material to remain permanently, protected from secondary pests, and saving you significant cash!

Call us at 1-800-343-5317 & speak to the Stinging Insect Experts!
Richard Martyniak, M.Sc., Entomologist
The Buzzkillers, LLC

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